Love cobblers but want to be gluten free? kind of dairy free? natural sugars? Have I created the BEST Blackberry Buckle for you! Also this was so yummy with a beer pairing – look out below for that special addition to this experience.
We were inspired by our latest trip to Salt Lake City (see our adventure here) to recreate a Blackberry Buckle we devoured at Solitude Ski Lodges, Honeycomb Grill. While skiing we took a warm break and enjoyed a delicious treat of blackberry cobbler, paired with a local beer, Wasatch GhostRider IPA. This cobbler is so DELISH I had two jars….Only one beer 😉
Step by Step Picture Instructions – I have a printable at the end of this post too.
First off we want the organic blackberries to mush in LOVE with themselves – wash them, place in bowl and smoosh them up with a fork. Set aside to allow the juices and sugars to release among each other.
So on to the speedy part: I tell you this recipe is quick, easy and tasty – It will become a favorite desert in no time!
Second, measure out your dry ingredients; gluten free flour, sucanat , baking powder and pinch of Himalayan sea salt so they are easy to add to the mixer one at a time. I use Custard Cups Ha, I love them because they come with lids and they are perfect size.
On low speed put all of the dry ingredients in your mixer – you do not need a large mixer, you can “fork” the ingredients together for this recipe. Although I just love my KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer, for many other jobbies – She does the trick so effortlessly.
Combine the wet mixture of vanilla and coconut milk into your dry mixture – put the mixer at low speed, 1 as you stir in the wet mixture. You may need to make sure the wet and dry ingredients are well mixed by taking a spatula to the edges. Once all ingredients are in place, whiz up the blender up to 3 for a minute to combine all parts.
Go ahead and turn on the oven to 350 F. Melt your organic, grass fed butter 😉 pour into your baking dish, swoosh around to coat sides, corners, and bottom. Pour the additional butter into your mixer. Once butter is in the batter, blend on low speed.
Pour batter into your buttered baking dish…..Ahhhhh time for our beautiful blackberries – start to pour them in gently.
After the berries are somewhat centralized, push them out a bit to the edges with a soft nudge. You do want to keep a crust edge for serving this delight to your peeps. Place in your pre heated 350 F oven. Cook for 50 minutes – 1 hour, depending on crispy crust desires.
BlackBerry Cobbler and What? Berries & Beer – Now, THIS IS a perfect match for Wasatch GhostRider IPA – I am telling you a match! We happened upon this pairing at the Honeycomb Grill while sking Utah, at Solitude Ski Resort – DELISH To be totally gluten free, we suggest adding a pear cider to chime with the blackberries. CHEERS
Thank you so much for sharing a little piece of joy with me, feel free to print the card below.
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